Nigeria, Where Is Justice?

I was shocked to read the story on Nigerian Tribune about an innocent boy that was shot in cold blood by trigger happy policemen collecting bribe at a road block.

It is unbelievable how the Nigerian police has no regard for human lives. The worst part is that everyone turns a blind eye and these cannibals are left to roam freely in the streets. Oh Nigeria, when will there be justice for your innocent citizens? When will your police become policemen instead of official armed robbers?

How could a people be so cruel and heartless. How did it get this far? How can fifty Naira be more worthy than a fellow human life?

The police was supposed to protect the citizen. Ironically, they have turned out to be the most dreaded monster. How, how and how did it come this far?

Nigeria we hail! Oh Nigeria, Where Is Justice? Where is justice for your innocent citizen? When will they be treated like human beings instead of as animals?



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    • Welcome to the lawless country called Nigeria. A country where someone who steals 5 Naira pepper is killed by the mob or sentenced to 20 years in prison by a judge while those who steal billions are worshiped by the citizens. If they manage to go on trial, they are acquitted of all crimes or given six month sentence to stay in an expensive and luxurious house.

    • Thanks for all your hard work on this website my dear. Please help me ask them o. Where is justice Naija? How long will our country remain a jungle filled with lawlessness? How long? I weep for my motherland

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    • I pray for the day justice will come to that country. The so called giant of African with nothing to show for it.

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    • Thank you for your whole efforts on this article. Help me ask them well. Where is justice Nigeria my beloved country?

  6. noprin is a step in the right direction, i do hope d Prez does setmohing about this, extrajudicial killings is an awful thing……..sometimes i wonder abt these ppl, setmohings they do sounds crazy, unreal, they need psycho therapy too or better pay or both.and some of these policemen need to be fired and jailed themselves for the crimes they have committed.

  7. I simply needed to say thanks yet again. I am not sure where this country is heading to is a good direction. Nigeria is now full of crime and injustice. How much longer can the people continue to live like this and suffer?

  8. My dear, justice has ran away from the country ooo. We have been searching for him for a long time, begging him to come back and save our country but he has refused. Where do we go from here Nigeria? Save yourchildren.

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